A Day To Remember To Play Intimate London Show at Koko To Warm Up For Download 2013

Florida pop metallers A Day To Remember are fan favourites on this side of the Atlantic. To that end, they've appeared (and will be appearing) at The Download Festival four times in the last six years (2008, 2009, 2010 and 2013).

To get themselves ready for their latest appearing at Donington and other festival appearances, the Ft. Lauderdale natives have decided to warm up with a special one off show at London's Koko venue. The show will take place on June 5th 2013, and tickets will be a reasonably priced £20 plus booking fees, available from Live Nation and Ticketmaster. Tickets for the show go on sale this coming Friday (March 1st 2013). 
 
In all likelyhood, A Day To Remember will have some new material to air at the show, with the band currently hard at work on their upcoming album Common Courtesy, their first album since 2010's What Separates Me From You. ADTR have released one new song from the album so far, and you can listen to Violence (Enough Is Enough) at the bottom of this post. Further updates from the ADTR camp (including previews and coverage of their new album) will be available here in due course. 
 
Thanks to Adam Elmakias for the photo of ADTR!

A Day to Remember "Violence [Enough is Enough]"

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